Amy’s Notebook 04.17.13


Source: HoneyBear Lane


I think this kid’s tool bench made from an old table is beyond creative – and it’s vintage vibe makes it all the sweeter!

Any birthday boy or girl will be proud to wear one of these birthday badges that are easily made with the accompanying printable.

This simple yarn bow garland would be a wonderful addition to my daughter’s bedroom – maybe above the bed or across a bookshelf?

This list of 25 Inexpensive Date Ideas has given me some new ideas to make our date nights a bit more creative.

felt coasters

Source: Sugar Bee Crafts


I adore the modern, slightly crazy look of these charming felt coasters – and the fact that they are an easy way to use up felt pieces leftover from other projects.

A row of spring flowers will look so awesome in this diy wall hung test tube vase.

One day I’d love to use all our old t-shirts to create a cool braided rug like this.

These bright stenciled tea towels would add a pop of color to the kitchen – just what we need for spring.


Source: No Biggie


With a cookie bottom, chocolate filling, and a meringue topping, these three layer bars make my mouth water just looking at them!

I’ve been wanting to add more kale to our diet since it’s so good for us and this kale and lemon pasta would be a great way to get more into our diet.

I can’t wait to try this rosemary cheddar batter bread – it’s not only yummy looking but easy, too.

These lemon-ginger crispy treats sound like such an interesting, grown-up crispy treat, don’t they?


I hope you enjoyed this collection of gathered links to DIY crafts, food projects, and thrifty ways to spruce up your home. Nothing brings me more joy then to highlight other fabulous bloggers. Follow me on Pinterest for daily inspiration!

Published April 17, 2013 by:

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